About Liverpool, NY
You've enjoyed the Liverpool Legends video series for over two decades now. This video series, produced by the Liverpool Public Library, covers cultural, industrial, and historical topics relevant to the Liverpool and Central New York area in an entertaining fashion. We've produced over 50 films in this series, covering topics such as the salt industy, Onondaga Lake Park, historic amusement parks, and the willow industry to name just a few. Oral history interviews with lifelong Liverpool residents let you envision Liverpool as it was in an earlier time.
We are now in the process of making short video clips from the collection available online. You will also find a subject matter index to the Liverpool Legends collection, a work-in-progress available on the Internet Archive.
We hope you enjoy learning more about Liverpool local history with the Liverpool Legends.
Montage of Clips from Popular Liverpool Legends
Liverpool NY, USA
The Village of Liverpool is located northwest of the City of Syracuse, in the center of New York State, not far from where Interstate 90 (Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway) and interstate 81 intersect.
View a map of Liverpool.
The village itself is only about one square mile in size, but the Greater Liverpool area is home to approximately 54,000 residents.
Liverpool and the surrounding area are home to many attractions. Onondaga Lake Park features the Wegmans Playground , vehicle free walking, bike and blading trails, a Wegmans Good Dog park , for the four footed family members. The park also is home to the Salt Museum, which offers a look at Central New York's salt making history. During the holiday season, Onondaga Lake Park turns into a winter wonderland as park visitors drive through Lights on the Lake, Central New York's premier holiday attraction.